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9-07-2009 @ 5:24AM
Agree in part.Even Tauren Paladins? They're druids. Druids of the Sun to baalnce Druids of the Moon, but essentially druids.However:Undead Hunters require animals. Animals that are ...skittish shall we say...about the undead. I'd like to see UD hunters have to raise their pets rather than tame them.Gnomish priests however? They do have a precedence in the games canon, if not the actual game itself. They're just very rare.It's with the new races that the most questionable classs elections occur, however and where I most want to see answersGoblins have no respect for gods, the light, have no beliefs beyond that of the secular world and cold, hard cash and don't really care about life, the spirits, altruism, nature, the elements, the ancestors as well as being a race where casters aren't common.So....how do they get shamans and priests? Worgen are a race that have been cut off from the world for a decade. How do they become DKs?EJL
9-07-2009 @ 6:43AM
Goblins: Well, for Shamans, remember that the Goblins used to be very stupid. It's quite possible that while they were still in the process of learning, the concept of shamanism occurred to them and they ran with it. Of course, with goblins, it could be something as simple as "Shamanism = Fire = BIGGER EXPLOSIONS".As for priests..I dunno. Maybe they REALLY wanted to make Holy Hand Grenades? In all seriousness though, goblins are, above all else, about profits. If shamanism or priesthood would create a profit or in any way benefit them, it's right along what you would expect of a Goblin to give it a shot.Worgen: Hm. Maybe a Human DK who was afflicted by the Worgen curse? Or just one of the Worgen from around Silverpine and the like that was killed, raised as a DK and, somewhere through the process, got their intelligence back?
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